With lots of parties, get-togethers and family dinners, the holidays present plenty of temptation and opportunity to eat and drink way more than is good for us. The Cleveland Clinic suggests ways to eat and stay healthy as we celebrate. (Photo: Creative Commons)
OK, it happens year after year: You begin gaining those holiday pounds by eating heavy on Turkey Day. Start the season with healthier recipes for favorite dishes. Allrecipes.com also offers vegan, vegetarian, low-carb, gluten-free and other recipes. (Photo: Moonlightbulb, Creative Commons)
Yes! A recent study concluded that practicing gratitude does indeed have a direct effect upon one’s eating habits and making healthier dietary choices. Read more about the study and its conclusions to be a better (and more grateful) steward of your health. (Photo: Marco Verch, Creative Commons)
“When we eat, we acknowledge our complete dependence on God. We recognize our mutual dependence with all Creation.” The Christian Food Movement website seeks to educate and share resources for discipleship, sustainability, health, and justice, recognizing that Christ feeds us and food matters. Check it out!